The genus Macropus in the
family Macropodidae, is a group of of marsupials commonly known as kangaroos,
wallaroos and wallabies.
What is the difference between them?
these are our larger herbivorous animals, that can often be seen in their
natural environment in national parks and outback regions. Kangaroos include the
Red (or Big Red), Eastern Grey and Western Grey Kangaroos.
are kangaroos that live in the hilly or rocky areas of Australia. Other
distinguishing features include the large ears, black nose, often in a distinctive
upright stance. They have a number of different common names around Australia
including Hills Kangaroo, Hills Wallaroo, Euro, Common Wallaroo.
a common name used to describe our medium size macropods. With their smaller
size, they tend to be found in rocky regions or habitats with dense undergrowth.